| 'You're a traitor!' - JCF damns corrupt cop, says he should turn in badge or name others
The unit charged with investigating corruption within the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), the Professional Standards Branch (PSB), has damned the actions of a rogue cop whose confession was carried on the front page of The Sunday Gleaner...
Highway nightmare - St. Mary residents say North Coast road work wreaking havoc
The road work being done on the Ocho Rios to Portland leg of the North Coast Highway has angered many St. Mary residents who are blaming the contractors for "making our lives a living hell."
No closure yet - DNA testing to be done on suspected remains of Lyns
RELATIVES of Richard and Julia Lyn may have to wait a few more weeks before full closure can be brought to the disappearance of the Mandeville couple.
'Hang them high!' - Mandeville politicians want Government to reinstitute death penalty
Less than 24 hours after the execution of the former Iraqi dictator in the Middle Eastern country, Mandeville's political representatives are calling on Government to follow suit and quickly reinstitute the death penalty here.
Saddam Hussein's execution hypocrisy, says local Islamic cleric
While not despondent that former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein has been executed, the local Islamic community is calling his trial and execution a "democratic hypocrisy".
Police, rights advocate want disclosure law
MORE voices have joined the call for legislation that would help in the fight against all kinds of corruption, but the State has said such legal framework already exists.
Chinua Achebe to headline bicentenary celebration
Noted Nigerian author, Professor Chinua Achebe, is expected to headline a cultural event slated for January 2 at Emancipation Park in Kingston, as part of activities to mark the Bicentenary Anniversary of the Abolition of the Transatlantic Trade...
CARICOM sliding out of the future
As the old year fades, so too should old problems. Not so in the case of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). It is one of the enduring problems of the last 30 years, yet instead of diminishing, it is proving intractable...
NCU research may increase sweet potato yield
A study at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) may help to increase yields of sweet potato in some drought-prone locations in western Jamaica.
Push to reform labour laws
Trade unions and employers will be aggressively pushing for labour market reforms during next year.
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